Ballet II

Online workshop—learn anywhere you can connect to the web!
T/Th 9/2–12/22 — 9:30–10:45am
Location: Remote


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Instructor/Presenter: Magdalena Buettner
Blended class; this is the non-credit version of the credit class DAN 108.

A continuation of the study of classical ballet. Students learn and apply the ballet terminology that denotes the traditional position of the feet, arms, and body, and the basic ballet steps. Students further develop competence in barre work, center floor exercises to improve balance and coordination, and traveling across the floor combinations incorporating jumps and leaps. Students learn to execute single pirouettes, and other traveling turns. The course presents the rich history and theory of ballet, and its widespread cultural impact through lectures, video viewing, outside of class reading and writing assignments, or performance attendance.

This is the non-credit option of DAN 108.

This class is online with required meetings on days and times listed.

This workshop has pre-requisites and/or requires permission of the instructor.